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|Dimensions||18 cm tall (7 inches). 23 cm long. 6 cm depth.|
At Full Stretch' is a cold cast bronze sculpture by artist, David Geenty, which stands at 18cm. This horses hind legs are at full stretch as he jumps the final fence.
Made from cold cast bronze and polished to give a beautiful patina very similar to hot cast bronze.
Includes information card about the artist.
Solid and weighty figurine.
Nicely boxed. Jan 2019 release.
Frequently Bought Together - Buy them for £127.70
Veronese Design is a brand well know all around the world. Products with the Veronese signature are high quality decorative items, figures, sculptures and statuettes. They have a huge creative team that have contributed to over 1000 different designs ranging from wildlife to dance to mythology and the classics. They mainly focus on bronze.
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